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In this now long-running series, writer-director Brad Jones play the title character, the Cinema Snob, a mainstream or high art critic who decides to review some of the most notoriously bad movies ever made. Since the original episode this series has grown to have a very high cult following and fans from around the world.
This 1980 slasher is considered by some to be a masterpiece of terror but thankfully the Snob sees what a truly awful, poorly made film it is. For the life of me I can't see what others see in this film to where they'd call it "great" but The Cinema Snob rips into it pretty good and apparently upset some of the folks at Troma. This here offers up several highlights but the funniest moments is a joke about a blank piece of paper having better writing than the screenplay to this movie. Fans of MOTHER'S DAY are probably going to be upset by this review but those who agree with the Snob are just going to have someone in their corner.
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